Co-founder and White Stripes archivist, Ben Blackwell, recently uncovered a never-heard-before tape of Jack White covering Blondie. Blackwell stated that White worked as a session engineer for a band called 400 Pounds of Punk in the 90’s while they were recording a cassette called, ‘He Once Ate A Small Child’. The completely undocumented release of the cassette that Blackwell found in his basement included a cover of White singing of ‘One Way or Another’ and is said to be the rarest physical release of a Jack White performance. Amazon also recently released White’s new documentary, ‘Jack White: Kneeling At The Anthem D.C. and was accompanied by a live EP that included recordings from White’s performance in Washington. The film features unseen live footage and scenes of the artist exploring the city.